Product Details for the Tiger Paw® AWP II
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Helps provide outstanding all-season grip.
Modern tread compound
Helps reduce noise and allows for a quiet ride.
Computer-phased tread design
Offers durability and reliability on the road.
Helps deliver long, even treadwear by equilizing stress on the contact patch.
A long-time favorite of vehicle manufactureres because of its comfortable, quiet ride, all-season grip and long tread wear.
65,000 Mile Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty
Tiger Paw® AWP II tires carry an additional 65,000 mile limited warranty for treadwear or mileage.
Standard Limited Warranty (All Uniroyal® Tires)
All Uniroyal® tires have a Standard Manufacturer's Limited Warranty, which covers defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original usable tread, or for 6 years from date of purchase, whichever occurs first. See warranty for details. Download the PDF.
|Tire Size||Item #||Load Index / Load Range||Speed Rating||Sidewall||Tread Depth (in 32nds)||Runflat Tech Features||Fuel Effic Features||Tread Marking||UTQG Tread||UTQG Traction||UTQG Temp||Revolutions Per Mile||
|Max Load, Single (@PSI)||Max Load, Dual (@PSI)||Overall Diameter||Rim Width Range
(On Measuring Rim Width)
|OE Code||Additional Features||Side
|P175/70R13||35705||82||T||BSW||11||560||A||B||917||1036@44||N/A||22.7||4.5" - 6"||7" on 5"|
|P155/80R13||28072||79||S||WSW||8.5||560||A||B||914||959@44||N/A||22.8||4" - 5"||6.2" on 4.5"|
|P195/65R14||06039||88||T||BSW||10.5||620||A||B||866||1235@44||N/A||24||5.5" - 7"||7.9" on 6"|
|P175/70R14||08059||84||T||BSW||10.5||620||A||B||878||1102@44||N/A||23.7||4.5" - 6"||7" on 5"|
|P185/70R14||03525||87||T||BSW||11||620||A||B||858||1201@44||N/A||24.3||4.5" - 6"||7.4" on 5.5"|
|P185/70R14||04910||87||T||WSW||11||620||A||B||858||1201@44||N/A||24.3||4.5" - 6"||7.4" on 5.5"|
|P195/70R14||03330||90||T||BSW||11||620||A||B||839||1312@44||N/A||24.8||5" - 6.5"||7.9" on 6"|
|P205/70R14||13155||93||T||BSW||11.5||620||A||B||821||1433@44||N/A||25.4||5" - 7"||8.2" on 6"|
|P215/70R14||28435||96||T||WSW||11.5||620||A||B||803||1554@44||N/A||25.9||5.5" - 7"||8.7" on 6.5"|
|P185/75R14||58787||89||S||WSW||11||620||A||B||833||1290@44||N/A||25||4.5" - 6"||7.2" on 5"|
|P195/75R14||48403||92||S||WSW||11||620||A||B||815||1400@44||N/A||25.5||5" - 6.5"||7.7" on 5.5"|
|P205/75R14||11937||95||S||WSW||11.5||620||A||B||796||1532@44||N/A||26.1||5" - 7"||8" on 5.5"|
|P215/60R15||16494||93||T||BSW||10.5||620||A||B||827||1411@44||N/A||25.2||6" - 7.5"||8.7" on 6.5"|
|P215/65R15||03300||95||T||BSW||10.5||620||A||B||799||1510@44||N/A||26||6" - 7.5"||8.7" on 6.5"|
|P215/70R15||33471||97||T||WSW||11.5||620||A||B||774||1620@44||N/A||26.9||5.5" - 7"||8.7" on 6.5"|
|P205/75R15||10183||97||S||WSW||11.5||620||A||B||767||1598@44||N/A||27.1||5" - 7"||8" on 5.5"|
|215/65R16||31156||98||T||BSW||10.5||620||A||B||770||1655@44||N/A||27||6" - 7.5"||8.7" on 6.5"|
November 9, 2012I have a 1997 Chevrolet S10 pickup that I purchased new in January, 1997. It still has the original rear tires (Tiger Paws) with 155,000 miles and have replaced the front tires once with Tiger Paws. They still ride smooth and great but am finally near the need to replace all four. Needless to say, I am exceedingly happy with my Uniroyal tires! Thanks for making a great product.
- David Melton
August 30, 2012I purchased a Ford Windstar van new in 2002 with Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires. The vehicle currently has 180,000 km and 2 of the original tires are still on the rear. Before winter arrives I will replace these two rear tires, not because of tread wear but because there are some minor cracks developing around the circumference of the sidewalls. The tread depth is still in the 6/32 range for the two tires. When I do this I will definitely replace these with Uniroyal Tiger Paws.
- W. Van Bergen
August 29, 2011I bought a Chevy S10 in January 2000 and put 92,000 miles on the Uniroyal Tiger paw tires that came with it. I rotated the tires at every oil change (approx 6,000) mile using the Z pattern of rotation. I still had at least 10,000 miles of tread left but in 2004 I took a nail in the sidewall, so I had to replace the set. The second set I did the same and got 94,000 before a peice of sheet metal debris sliced a hole in the sidewall of one. (again with at least 10,000 miles of tread still left). So needless to say in 2011 at about 186,000 on two sets of tiger paws, I am going to stay with Uniroyal Tiger Paws for my replacements. Great tires!
- Norm Coleman
August 15, 2011I own a 2000 Chevrolet S10 pickup truck which is approaching 94,000 miles. In use, are the ORIGINAL Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires. I'm thinking the tires probably have about another 5,000 miles remaining since they have not yet worn to their tread-wear indicators. So it's looking as if I may potentially get 100,000 miles of use out of these tires. Is this common for this brand? Most are in disbelief when I tell them of the original miles. But I do drive conservatively and I rotate the tires about every 5,000 miles. I never knew 100,000 of use were capable in any kind or brand of tire. I love my Uniroyals!
- Frank Krzywicki
May 25, 2011I have a 2001 Chevy S10 pickup which I purchased new in May 2001. It has Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires as original equipment. I have over 78,000 miles on them and they still have more miles left before the wear bars. I'm not easily impressed, but I'm impressed! I never had over 59,000 miles on any tire before.
- Carl Newman
March 2, 2011Believe it or not,I just have not thought much about the Tiger Paws that came with my Chevy S-10 almost ten years ago! I have 97,000 miles on them and except for a little shoulder wear on the fronts they have between 3/32 and 4/32 tread. The sidewalls are great. There is no cracking, etc. You really need to have one of your dealers take pictures and use them in an ad. They haven't been rotated since about 36,000 miles. No flats! Excellent!
- John Burke
February 21, 2011Just wanted to thank you for an amazing product. I have a 2000 Chevrolet Impala. It came with Uniroyal Tiger Paw radials which now have over 122,000 miles on them. They are not bald and show no signs of cupping or adverse wear. Thanks again.
- Dale Eilo
January 3, 2011I bought a new GMC Sonoma back in 2002. It came equipped with Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires (which I have had before, on previous vehicles). I am still driving on those original tires! The vehicle has never known a garage, and has 109,600 miles on it. The tires are just starting to show a little weathering, and still have tread - no bald or slick spots. They have never leaked or needed repair (to the best of my memory). They have been the best tires I have ever driven on! I just wanted to let you know.
- Debby Hines
December 10, 2010I have a 2002 Chevy S-10 with over 225,000 miles on it. The original Tiger Paws lasted to about 115,000 miles before I had a flat spot. I replaced them with another set of Tiger Paws that have lasted over 110,000 miles and still have tread. Uniroyal is the first tire manufacturer that I have been pleased with. Keep up the good work!
- George Mayer
May 28, 2010I have a 2002 Chevy S-10 equipped with original tires that are Tiger Paw AWP tires with which I have been very pleased. Today I have 90,560 miles on those tires and I have every intention of wearing them until I reach 100,000 miles. The tread remaining on each tire is still substantial. I would like to use the same one when I replace my tires.
- David Treadway
May 16, 2010Little did I think when I bought my new truck 10 years ago I'd still be using the same tires today. Well, that is exactly what has happened. I've never had a set of tires that have worked so well for me. The Tiger Paw tires that came with my Chevy S10 are still in use after 101,000 miles. Thank you for a great set of tires; when I'm ready I'll be looking for a new set of Tiger Paws.
- Michael Willard
May 6, 2010I just wanted to say that I bought a Chevrolet Tracker in 2003 and it came with a set of Tiger Paws on it. I will be changing them soon, but I have never seen a better set of tires. I have put 175,000 miles on the original set and they still have tread. I am impressed and I will look into buying another set. Anyway you make a one heck of a tire.
- Bruce Medeiros
March 19, 2010In April of 2000 I purchased a new GMC Sonoma pickup. Now, some 10 years and 120,000 miles later, I am finally going to replace my original Tiger Paws with a complete new set. I wish you could see these tires as they are barely showing wear marks and there is some sign of rubber weathering on the sidewalls. 3 of the 4 are original from the manufacturer and 1 was replaced at around the 14,000 miles. Great tires in all weather here in Michigan.
- Ron Edwards
December 31, 2009Had to replace a set of Turanza EL400 on my 08 Camry (with only 38K) with the Tiger Paw AWP II. The difference was night and day. The Camry drives smoother and handles better (both in dry and wet conditions). Even my wife commented on how nice the car drives since we've replaced the tires. So far, the Tiger Paws have 12K on them and they are wearing well. Our recent trip to Florida put the tires to the test (driving over 2,400 miles over 4 days). The tires handled everything from potholes to rain and snow. I'll be buying Uniroyals for all my automobiles from now on........you've sold me!
- Gred Bedrosian
August 17, 2009I just recently turned 73,000 miles on the Tiger Paws that came on my 2002 Sonoma pick-up that I bought new and I just wanted you guys to know how good these tires have been. At my last oil change I asked how bad I was in need of tires and they said these were good for a while yet...I'm amazed and appreciative for such a good product. I suspect when the time comes to replace them, I'll replace with ones just like these. Now, I'm hoping to put 100,000 on them, but that's probably going to be a stretch, but if I make it, I'll let you know...
- Gail Brown
>> The sizes shown are average design values for tires measured on specified measuring rim widths. Some tires may vary from this value by +/-3% of the section height (affecting overall diameter), and +/-4% of the section width.
>> Section width varies approximately 0.2" (5mm) for every 0.5" change in rim width.
>> Tread patterns are often tuned to accomodate different tire widths. Tires for a particular dimension of a given tireline may vary in appearance from the tire shown in the photograph.
WARNING: Serious or fatal injury may result from tire failure due to underinflation or overloading. To ensure correct air pressure and vehicle load, refer to vehicle owner's manual or tire information placard on the vehicle. Serious injury or death may result from
tire/rim assembly due to improper mounting. Only tire professionals should mount tires and they should never inflate beyond 40 psi to seat the beads. Before mixing types of tires in any configuration on any vehicle, be sure to check the vehicle owner's manual for its recommendations.
DANGER: Never mount a 16" diameter tire on a 16.5" rim.
Inflation pressure increase must not exceed the maximum pressure branded on the tire sidewall. When a customer requests a replacement tire with a lower speed rating than the original equipment tire, you must clearly communicate to him or her that the handling of the vehicle may be different, and that its maximum speed capability is limited to that of the lowest speed-rated tire on the vehicle. Exceeding the lawful speed limit is
For high-speed driving, additional inflation pressure and possibly reduced tire loading and/or upsizing is required. In the absence of specific recommendations by the vehicle manufacturer, use the following guidelines based on those in the European Tyre and Rim Technical Organization Standards Manual.
For speeds over 160km/h (100 mph), load and inflation must be adjusted according to the table below.
S-Speed Rated Sizes:
Maximum Speed (mph) 100 106 112
Inflation Increase (psi) 0.0 1.0 2.0
Load Capacity (% of max.) 100 100 100
T-Speed Rated Sizes:
Maximum Speed (mph) 100 106 112 118
Inflation Increase (psi) 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0
Load Capacity (% of max.) 100 100 100 100
Performance Ratings are calculated by Uniroyal on a scale of 1 to 10 and are reflective of the various tire lines' strengths within the overall Uniroyal portfolio.